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Redknapp offers Gazza coaching work

Paul Gascoigne has been offered a route back in to football

Harry Redknapp has offered an open invitation to Paul Gascoigne to help out with coaching his young players at QPR as he voiced his concern for the former England midfielder's health.

Marussia in Chilton U-turn

Marussia's Max Chilton will compete in this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix after all

Max Chilton will compete in this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix following a remarkable U-turn by his Marussia team.

'Capital flight risk' after a Yes

Uncertainty over currency in an independent Scotland could lead to "capital flight" from the country, according to the chairman of HSBC.

Collymore slams LMA statement

Former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay is facing allegations of misconduct

Former England striker Stan Collymore has described the League Managers' Association's statement which says Malky Mackay's offensive text messages were part of some "friendly banter" as being "f****** disgraceful".

Goodger tells CBB of her love life

Lauren Goodger has been talking about her relationship with Mark Wright

She has only spent a few days in the Celebrity Big Brother house, but reality TV star Lauren Goodger has already spilt the beans about her relationship with Mark Wright.

Daughter's thanks for Gazza support

Bianca Gascoigne has thanked well-wishers for their support after her ex-footballer father Paul was found slumped outside his Dorset home

The daughter of troubled former football star Paul Gascoigne has thanked well-wishers after he was pictured being put into an ambulance after reportedly being found slumped outside his home.

EDF pays £3m for complaint failings

EDF Energy breached complaint handling rules, watchdog Ofgem found

EDF Energy is the latest of the Big Six energy companies to pay out millions after an investigation by watchdog Ofgem found it had breached complaint handling rules.

Tigers left licking their wounds

Hull manager Steve Bruce, pictured, was left to rue a costly mistake by goalkeeper Allan McGregor

Hull manager Steve Bruce admitted his side were taught a valuable lesson by Beligan outfit Lokeren after goalkeeper Allan McGregor's blunder saw them fall to a 1-0 defeat in the first leg of their Europa League qualifying play-off tie on Thursday night.

Lamela praised by Pochettino

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, pictured, has backed Erik Lamela to go far

Erik Lamela showed a glimpse of his undoubted quality by inspiring Tottenham to an unlikely comeback victory against AEL Limassol - a performance manager Mauricio Pochettino is confident the club-record signing will start producing with increasing regularity.

Sinfield ignores past demons

Kevin Sinfield's only focus when he takes the field at Wembley will be winning the Challenge Cup

Kevin Sinfield insists there will be no looking back when he enters Wembley on Friday afternoon for the first time since England's heartbreaking World Cup semi-final defeat there last November.

Balotelli talks progressing well

Mario Balotelli is close to sealing a return to England

Talks between Mario Balotelli's representative and Liverpool are understood to be progressing well as the club seek assurances about the player's behaviour - although any deal will not be completed in time for him to feature against Manchester City.

Fresh talks in firefighters dispute

Fire Brigades Union general secretary Matt Wrack will meet fire minister Penny Mordaunt to discuss issues at the heart of the conflict

Union leaders are to meet a Government minister for fresh talks today in a bid to break the deadlock over the long-running firefighters' pensions dispute.

Concerns over 'new class of medic'

Jeremy Hunt said a new class of medic would give busy doctors more time to care for patients

Concerns have been raised over plans to expand the number of people working as what Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has described as "a new class of medic".

PCC election turnout 'could fall'

Former West Midlands police and crime commissioner Bob Jones died suddenly aged 59

Turnout in an election costing the taxpayer £3.7 million to pick the new West Midlands' Police and Crime Commissioner could be as low as 10.5%, say officials.

Referendum campaign in final stage

The Proclaimers will join Yes Scotland chief Blair Jenkins promising an important campaign announcement

The Scottish independence referendum campaign enters its final stage today with just four weeks to go until the fate of the nation is revealed.